A bomb blast aboard a passenger train in India's restive northeast has killed five people and injured four others.
Officials say the explosion occurred early Thursday morning in the baggage compartment of the train, Rajdhani Express, shortly after it left Dibrugarh station in the troubled northeastern Assam state.
Authorities say other carriages were not affected and that the New Delhi bound high-speed train resumed its journey, after the damaged van was removed.
Police say they suspect the bomb was planted by the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom, or ULFA, which has been fighting for an independent homeland for the Assamese people since 1979.
Paramashish Ghosh Roy has more on the story.